A House-approved bill requiring state registry of rental units won’t expand housing, as promised – quite the opposite, Rep. Samantha Lefebvre says.
Water Cooler: Walk for eating disorders / Vermonter locked down in Shanghai / shelter pod pushback / who should own Burlington airport?
Those proposed homeless shelter pods are getting pushback in Burlington.
Most Dem Congress hopefuls don’t own gun, Balint has never fired one
Only one of the Democratic candidates for Congress admits to owning a gun.
Knife-wielding shoplifter highlights need for legal reform, police chief says
A bold shoplifter last week threatened Burlington store employees with a knife.
A third of VT school superintendent jobs turning over
The rapid turnover of Vermont school superintendents continues.
Long weekend of gunfire, shooting, threats
Dangerous gun incidents struck Grand Isle, Springfield, White River Junction, and Burlington this weekend.
U.S. lab, Wuihan agree to destroy secret files
A lab in Galveston and the Wuihan biolab have agreed they can destroy all data arising from their collaborative work.
Patrissi: Doctor, ex-cop Meyers unwelcome at Dem debate
“Deafening silence” describes how the four invited candidates in the VT Digger April 13 Congressional debate reacted when asked to advocate for the inclusion of fellow candidate Louis Meyers.
Looks like vetoes for budget, pension bill
Gov. Phil Scott did not use the word “veto”, but the implication was clear – he will veto both the budget and the pension bill if his concerns are not addressed before they reach his desk.
Redic for Congress marches in Maple Festival parade Sunday
Ericka Redic, candidate for Congress, and supporters will be marching in the St. Albans Maple Festival parade Sunday.